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There are no less than four such numbers visible to my lens on the inside of this case.
The lens discloses a large number of hair-ends, clean cut by the scissors of the barber.
Well, Watson, it's as well we have not to turn out to-night," said Holmes, laying aside his lens and rolling up the palimpsest.
The hair of human beings falls out in very varying degrees, but almost always falls out slightly, and with the lens I should see the tiny hairs in a hat recently worn.
This, when examined with a lens, is found to consist of numerous exceedingly thin layers, its total thickness being about the tenth of an inch.
The whole surface of the water, as it appeared under a weak lens, seemed as if covered by chopped bits of hay, with their ends jagged.
Many lens designs are specially made to correct various types of vision problems.
That changed when a federal law passed to safeguard lens wearers.
If you're not a contact lens wearer, however, your best bet is to buy wrap-around sunglasses that transmit no more than one percent UVB and UVA rays.
The telephoto lens brings us so close to him that it reinforces the sense of intimacy I am trying to achieve.
In contrast to other pulsed neutron sources which produce neutrons through spallation using high-energy proton beams, LENS will produce neutrons via low-energy (p,n) reactions.